Muzamil Jaleel The Indian Express Group

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A children’s magazine, newspaper, Urdu poetry – anything can land you in jail

Tuesday 25 September '12

SIMI has been banned for 11 years. But young Muslim men said to be its members
School dropouts, not militants, behind Valley acid threat: Cops

Tuesday 14 August '12

The police say the poster is actually the handiwork of two school dropouts
School dropouts behind J-K acid threat

Monday 13 August '12

They have written these handwritten posters and even given one to a sarpanch.
State of inertia

Wednesday 8 August '12

3 decades ago, Assam govt received a report on events leading to Nellie massacre
Why the Saudis deported Abu Jundal

Friday 13 July '12

The Saudi govt seems to have developed a significant mistrust of the radical elements among the Salafis
‘A thousand ft deep gorge where crows are eating corpses’ and other tales from Kashmir

Wednesday 28 September '11

For the first time ever, the J-K Legislative Assembly discussed the issue of ‘unmarked graves’ for more than two and half hours.
Arrested J&K cop was ‘undercover agent’ who planted SIMs used by 26/11 attackers

Monday 18 June '12

Mukhtar Ahmad Sheikh infiltrated Lashkar once, but seems to have recently gone rogue
Another missed opportunity

Thursday 14 June '12

From beginning to end, the interlocutors’ report overlooks the fundamentals about Kashmir
Army and govt did nothing, says judge who ordered Avtar’s arrest

Tuesday 12 June '12

J&K lawyer’s alleged killer was in India for at least four years after HC order
Other than lawyer, 10 who died or vanished after Major ‘picked them up’

Tuesday 12 June '12

Major Avtar Singh was the central character in a series of killings in custody
Arrest Avtar and impound passport, said HC; for years govt did nothing

Monday 11 June '12

Major Avtar killed his wife and 2 children before committing suicide at their home in Selma.
Andrabi feared for life, left Srinagar for a month before death

Monday 11 June '12

At the centre of Major Avtar Singh’s alleged killing spree in California is believed to lie incidents of 16 years ago when the then Territorial Army officer
Calling for new J&K deal, interlocutors invoke the old

Friday 25 May '12

The CC’s recommendations must be reached through consensus, the report says, so that these are acceptable to all stake holders represented in the Assembly and Parliament.
A Kidnapping and After

Saturday 19 May '12

The book, which sketches the abduction of five western tourists in 1995 and the dramatic events that led to their murder, challenges the government narrative
Leh incident: 'All-night hunt for officers, slogans on loudspeakers'

Thursday 17 May '12

In its official statement on May 12, Army called the incident a 'minor scuffle in Ladakh region'.
‘A conspiracy to pick up some innocent persons, stage-manage encounter’

Friday 4 May '12

The CBI chargesheet nails the “good faith” argument
Officers accused by CBI rose through Army ranks

Wednesday 2 May '12

Army was given the option of a court-martial in 2006 too, it instead said close proceedings
LeT plan: send J-K men to Pak for training with valid papers

Thursday 1 March '12

One of 2 men arrested yesterday trained in Pak for 40 days last summer; planned to bomb Delhi.
2 J&K men held in inter-state terror plot to strike Delhi

Thursday 1 March '12

Plot * New Lashkar-e-Toiba strategy: send young Valley men to Pakistan for training
2 arrested for inter-state terror plot to hit Delhi

Wednesday 29 February '12

New Lashkar strategy: send young Valley men to Pak for training with valid papers


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